kalmegh

kalmegh (kälˑ·mgh),

n Latin name:
Andrographis paniculata; parts used: leaves, roots; uses: in Ayurveda, pacifies kapha and pitta doshas (bitter, light, dry), anthelmintic, symptomatic relief and prevention of the common cold, liver disorders, jaundice, diarrhea, malaria, atherosclerosis; pre-cautions: none known. Also called
bhunimba, creat, or
green chiretta.
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The herbal garden has 116 species of medicinal and aromatic plants like Sarpgandha, Kalabandha, Citronella, Lemon grass, Khus, Geranium, Coriander, Sandalwood, Tuber rose, Jasmine, Kalmegh, Tulsi, etc, in an area of about 7000 sq.
Standardization of the Indian crude drug Kalmegh by high pressure liquid chromatographic determination of andrographolide.
Andrographis paniculata is also commonly known as Kalmegh is an important medicinal plant, occurring wild in India, and is used both in Ayurevda and Unani system of medicine (Chadha, 1985).
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paniculata) commonly known as Chiretta, King of Bitters or Kalmegh, has been widely used in traditional system of medicine in India.
Botanical name English name Hindi name 01 Syzigium cumini Jamun Jamun 02 Trigonella foenum- Fenugreek Methi graecum 03 Azadirachta indica Neem Neem 04 Emblica officinalis Indian gooseberry Aonla 05 Cassia auriculata Cassia Tarwar 06 Gymnema sylvestre Gymnema Gurmar 07 Tribulus terristris Caltrops Gokharu 08 Andrographis paniculata Andrographis Kalmegh 09 Pterocarpus marsupium Pilfar Vijaysar 10 Momordica charantia Bittergourd Karela S.
In the cultures where kalmegh was supplemented along with arsenic (group VII), mean frequency of SCE/cell decreased (p<0.